This jingle bell ornament DIY was sponsored by Dollar Tree.
Christmas bells are ringing…are you ready to celebrate the season? Decorating for the holidays is one of my favorite things to do each year, and I have slowly started building up an arsenal of decor. I always look for sales, and that includes a few trips to Dollar Tree to stock up on $1 essentials! From holiday decor, wreaths, Christmas candy, and stocking stuffers, it’s my favorite time to browse the aisles and shop!
One of the best value items Dollar Tree has during this season are the clear ornaments. Have you ever tried clear ornaments before? They are so much fun to craft with! The possibilities are endless, and I want to show you how we created “jingle bell” ornaments for a few dollars.
They’re so much fun to make OR give as a gift! You can personalize these with names, dates, or keep them simple.
First, head to Dollar Tree to pick up your supplies. You can find items online, however, if you want to purchase Christmas products after too long, you must visit your local Dollar Tree store. We purchased several clear ornaments, “jingle bells,” and fuzzy pom poms.
We carefully filled each one with red and silver jingle bells and fuzzy poms. They were fun to make, and my little one loved the bright colors. Consider adding ribbon to make a loop to hang the ornament or use as is. This is a clever gift idea for a teacher or family member. Just add the date and you’re ready to give!
We love buying our holiday decor on a budget at Dollar Tree. Be sure to visit your local store or shop online!
- 4 Clear ornaments
- “jingle bells”
- Fuzzy pom poms
We carefully filled each one with red and silver jingle bells and fuzzy poms. They were fun to make, and my little one loved the bright colors. Consider adding ribbon to make a loop to hang the ornament or use as is.
Do you make your own holiday ornaments?
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